Resorts World Sentosa Feng Shui Inn Fine-Dining Cantonese Cuisine

12 July, 2010

[*Updated as of  April 2016.]

Besides Casinos, the Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) also boasts many well-known dining establishments with a wide selection catering to different budgets. For those looking for good Cantonese food in a fine-dining environment, the Feng-Shui Inn (located at Crockfords Tower Basement 1M) is a good place to start. Notwithstanding the recent saga on the $1200 bill for a 1.8kg Sultan fish dish recommended by a restaurant staff, the meals at Feng Shui Inn are quite affordable for a fine-dining establishment. Order a set meal if available or ala carte from the menu and always double-check on the prices especially for those on seasonal prices (e.g. seafood) and you will avoid a shock when your bill is presented.

The scallops and asparagus combi cooked with XO sauce is a must-try ($39 for a medium portion – for 3 -4 pax) and the prawn dumpling noodles ($27 – medium portion) is very fresh and yummy. One of the highlights of the restaurant – golden crisp prawn balls cooked with wasabi ($39 – medium portion) was unfortunately very disappointing – too much flour was used for the outing coating of the prawns resulting in a lack of crispiness.

Resorts World Sentosa singapore Feng Shui Inn Menu

The most unique dish in Feng Shui Inn is perhaps the Peking Duck served with Mexican Buns (Half Duck – $35). These Mexican Buns are actually sweet po lo buns and tasted good with the crispy Peking Duck skin. Do note that this dish only offers the duck skin and not the meat (which was typically served in another manner e.g. cooked with rice, depending on the order).

Resorts World Sentosa singapore Feng Shui Inn Menu Peking Duck

Besides the food, one other factor which attracts patrons to this restaurant must have been the ambiance – as food here is relatively more pricey compared to other RWS restaurants and cafe, it is typically less crowded and this exclusivity does guarantee you faster sevice and a more enjoyable dining experience. There are also 4 private dining rooms which is equipped with a mahjong set and table, if the casino games are not already exciting enough for you.


Feng Shui Inn’s new menu is available for download here. If you are planning to dine at Feng Shui Inn, you can make your reservation below!


Zhiqiang & Tingyi

Comments (4)

  • BensonReply

    2 August, 2010 at 11:39 am

    I went to feng shui inn with my family members for dinner last month i find that the service really veri sucks.We went in to the restaurant and were lead to our table you guess what we saw?They are clearing the table and we were asked to wait standing there looking at them clearing the table..The way they clear the table is like how the coffeeshop zi cha store do the clear.Place everything in a bucket and bring away.Im also in F&B line i noe this is not the way to do it..Firstly its not nice to clear the table infont of the others secondly they should not bring in the customer to the restaurant as the table is not ready setup..As we were seated and we ordered a pot of jasmine tea,you guys guess how long they take to serve?Its 30 mins and yet we got to ask them to serve many and den they bring the tea to us..In fact this is not the way to do service la..Once customer step in the restaurant and seat down the tea got to be serve to them straight.Maybe you all will say they are busy with customer but the resuarant is not busy juz a few tables onli and yet they got more den 7 staffs working..Btw this is my view for the resturant. 🙂

    • Zhiqiang & TingyiReply

      2 August, 2010 at 2:24 pm

      wow – thats quite bad service from them; we went on a weekday lunch and there were only a handful of customers but didnt encounter this situation. Do feedback to the management directly and let us know what they say. 🙂

  • BensonReply

    2 August, 2010 at 4:21 pm

    In fact working in F&B line service is very important..Somemore they are those high class restaurant at RWS.By giving such a kind of service is really a disgrace for the resort & their company..I suggest they should go restaurant management school for a training before they start work..

  • FuLuShouReply

    19 August, 2015 at 2:16 pm

    It’s a wonderful and informative post… Thanks for sharing.

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